Social media policy helps maintain journalistic integrity, but should not infringe on the journalists’ right to freedom of expression.
The BBC has turned to old-fashioned medium wave as the best means to provide civilians in Gaza with news and information.
Radio stations have embraced social media apps and are actively using them to shape content.
Second-hand reporting requires extra vigilance and rigorous fact-checking.
Climate reporting in Africa means demystifying Western narratives and including more African experiences.
We have come a long way, but we can do more.
It has become clear that numerous videos, social media posts and images purportedly about the Israel–Hamas conflict are deliberately misleading.
Beyond the byline: Compassionate coverage of mental health & suicide.
Safety is important when reporting on disasters, but journalists should also consider the consequences of catastrophes.
The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism investigates.
Journalists in Zimbabwe attacked by activists while covering the recent elections.
More attention needs to be paid to how South African media practitioners portray foreign nationals in their platforms.
A Liberian organisation is galvanising volunteers to bring change to West Africa.
We honour the women writers who wielded the pen fearlessly against oppression.
Maya Fisher-French just walked away with her seventh financial journalism award. She shares her journey and tips to building a successful career.
It’s all grounded in good ethics.
Malawian activist and communicator is enabling journalists to tell stories that improve lives.
Communities need ongoing reporting on the climate crisis to inform and educate them about adaptation so they can prepare themselves for future disasters.
Media freedom and democracy: Africans in four countries weigh up thorny questions about state control
Democracies cannot survive without free media.